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Real Heroes What is a hero Who can be considered as a hero According to the dictionary hero is defined as 1 a person remembered or admired for an act of bravery strength or goodness 2 the most important character in a play poem story etc In our real life or in history most of the heroism always involves violence Is it necessary to have fighting in order to constitute a hero I watched the movie The Road Warrior yesterday There is too much violence in the movie The desire for gasoline property and women contributes the fighting Though Max is brave strong he cannot be considered as a hero He helps the people to fight against the Mohawks but he just wants to take the revenge as they hurt him He protected the people by his personal desire ie get the gasoline for his car I think real heroes are those people who try to avoid injury and death Generally speaking almost all the heroes in the history are combatants I think only those who protected their country or fought for peace are real heroes But sometimes some of them wished they could earn the fame after their sacrifice As I said hero should not have personal desire So they cannot be considered as heroes How about the brave soldiers fight for wealth and land for the King are they heroes Absolutely they are not heroes They are the puppets of the King In the Road Warrior the result of the battle is the increase of deaths Max has not put any afford on avoiding the conflict He is full of anger because he has lost all his family The evil side of him stimulates his desire to kill and fight Besides the Mohawks in the movie are just troublemakers They are not scared of getting hurt and being killed so they are brave
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